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22 comments to “Framboise Lambic Beer Sorbetto”

  1. I am going to make this next weekend!

  2. So we’re combining raspberry beer and ice cream like frozen deliciousness?! Er, can we have some?!

  3. Shut your mouth! This looks amazing.

  4. This is so awesome. I’m not much of a drinker and can be allergic to alcohol at times, but this is my favorite beer.

  5. YUM. I heart any dessert that involves beer.

  6. Gorgeous! I can almost taste it. Actually, I wish I were tasting it!

  7. I’ve had this beer but would never think to use it as a base for sorbetto – I can only imagine the raspberry hit I’ll get with this combo. Another great recipe!

  8. i bet that is so awesome-tasting! also, i need to find those ice cream containers you’re using – my containers are always too big for the recipe yield and then the top gets frosty which makes me sad…

  9. Framboise beer? Very interesting. And that colour of the sorbetto is just so romantic.

  10. Yummy! Blueberries are in right now and I happen to have a blackberry ale (USA) so I will modify the recipe– blue isn’t quite as great as rose blushed sorbet but might be pretty with whipped cream! Thank you!

  11. Lambic beer + sorbet= my next chilled treat

  12. Oooh, I think I’ll try this with sour cherries and a kriek! I’m not a fan of fruity beers either so I’m glad that they can be put to good use.

  13. Hmmm… beer sorbet? Really? You’ve thrown me a bit with this one, I admit. Does Framboise Lambic taste like a fruit-infused beer, or is it more like a sparkling cider?

  14. I only understood one of the four words in that headline.


  15. oh *i* am a huge fan of lambic fruits beers (esp. raspberry, peach, and apple!) but never really thought of making dessert out of them. these look amazing! fresh (or frozen) raspberries are quite expensive where i am, but hoping to give this a try when i can. thanks for sharing!

  16. leigh scibetta says:

    July 3rd, 2010 at 4:35 am

    Sounds great. Do you think it will work with frozen raspberries?

  17. yes, yes, yes please! raspberry sorbet is my favorite, and though raspberry lambic is usually to sweet for me (I do enjoy the peach), I can see how it would add the right edge of flavor here…I will be making this one!

  18. This is a new level of awesome! Way to use beer and sweets.

  19. this looks so delicious – great combination of flavors. beautiful photos too! passed along the recipe: http://mstreetballers.blogspot.com/2010/07/sweet-break-from-heat.html

  20. juliebuddy says:

    July 6th, 2010 at 6:24 pm

    idk if i missed it, how much does this recipe make? 1 QT?

  21. hey Jules, I think I got jut over a quart. It will vary a little depending on how much you get out of the raspberries. Enjoy!

  22. MaryMaryqwite contrary says:

    July 26th, 2014 at 10:23 pm

    I just made this….heavenly good!!

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